Adoption information

About Our Rabbits

Romeo Rabbit Rescue rabbits

  • Are strays rescued from certain death, owner surrenders, or even animal control cases we get called in to assist
  • Screened by a veterinarian and treated for any illness
  • Spayed or neutered prior to adoption
  • Housed in foster homes as part of the family
  • Litter box trained
  • Evaluated for temperament

 To adopt a Romeo Rabbit Rescue Rabbit, the rabbit must

  • Be the responsibility of an adult
  • Live indoors as part of the family
  • Receive a healthy diet of limited high-quality pellets, unlimited hay, and vegetables
  • Receive regular veterinary care
  • Be returned to Romeo Rabbit Rescue should you no longer able to care for your rabbit

    Adoption process

    1. Fill out an Application.
      Not all applications will be approved due to various circumstances. We do our best to explain when an application is rejected.

    2. Wait on next steps from a rescue volunteer.
      Note: We are volunteer organization. While we try our best to respond initially   within 24 - 48 hours, there are times where this is not possible. Please be patient.

    3. Once approved, the minimum adoption donations are as follows:
      • $100 single, $175 bonded pair
      • $120 single, $215 bonded pair RHDV2 vaccinated*

    * We do our best to vaccinate all our rabbits for RHDV2, however the vaccine is not always readily available. What is RHDV2?

    • Pecan, a brown and whitelarge mixed breed baby rabbit with large brown ears, starting at the camera.


    • Button, a small brown and white mixed breed rabbit, staring directly at the camera.


    • JJ's light brown lion head baby in a blue coffee cup

      JJ's Baby

    • Ceecee, a black and gray petite lion head, sits on a cream ottoman.